Irish Premiership: Coleraine 1-3 Glentoran

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Glentoran players celebrate victory over Coleraine at the Coleraine Showgrounds

Glentoran came from behind to achieve their first Premiership win away to Coleraine since 2010.

Coleraine had gone into the lead just before half-time when Glentoran's Kevin Bradley turned the ball past keeper Elliott Morris for an own goal.

Jim O'Hanlon shot low for a 47th-minute equaliser and soon after that Mark Miskimmin ran through to make it 2-1.

Coleraine's Michael Hegarty was sent-off for a two-footed tackle before John McGuigan scored Glentoran's third goal.

Hegarty saw a straight red from referee Raymond Crangle for a lunge on young Glens player Jordan Stewart.

Coleraine defender David Ogilby saw a header strike the bar and the Bannsiders' hopes were ended when midfielder McGuigan forced the ball over after a good run by Stewart.

"Coleraine is a difficult place to come to at the best of times - but to win here with a depleted squad is a great result," said Glentoran manager Eddie Patterson.

"At half-time we felt we needed more urgency and those two quick goals after the interval put us in the driving seat."

Coleraine boss Oran Kearney said: "To concede those two goals early in the second half was criminal.

"I can't really pinpoint what went wrong - I am at my wits' end.

"It just disappointing in general because we have not learned our lessons from previous games."